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Hail, A. C. College, 
Family we hail thee, 
Thy loyal children 
Forever are we. 
True to thy blue and white, 
Never to fail thee, 
Hail, Alma Mater, 
All hail to thee! 



Hail, thou our Mother, 
Dearly we cherish 
Thy name enthroned 
Victorious and free. 
Thy tender memories 
Never shall perish. 
Hail, Alma Mater, 
All hail to thee. 



Darlene Tucker 

Editor 

Kerry Kicklighter 
Business Manager 








THE 1950 rllMJil lvllOl AnnuaTly 



By the Students of! 




VTLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE— Wilson, North Carolina 









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ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 
wiisdai north r.ARni ina 



WE DEDICATE 



THE 1950 PINE KNOT TO 




MR. J. M. WATKRS 



It is with the greatest pleasure and deepest apprecia- 
tion and admiration that we dedicate this issue of the 
Pink Knoi to Mr. Waters as he leaves Atlantic Christian 
College after twenty-three years of devoted service. 




Atlantic Christian College was opened in September of 1902 with 
only one building, Kinsey, and a small enrollment. In 1911, Caldwell 
Hall was built. Today, the limited enrollment of 500 is rilled, and in 
the building program the Wilson Gymnasium, the Bert Hardy Dining 
Hall, a Central Heating Plant, and the Howard Chapel have already 
been completed. The girl's new dormitory is nearing completion and 
work has begun on the new library. 



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DR. CECIL A. JARMAN 

Acting President 



Greetings, 

May I take this opportunity to express deepest appreciation to all of 
the students and faculty members for the fine spirit of loyalty, coopera- 
tion, and support that has been exhibited this school year. 

With the coming of our new President, Dr. D. Ray Lindley, I am 
sure that the fine spirit that has been shown this year will continue 
through the years to come. With your continued help and under the 
leadership of the new president, Atlantic Christian will become an even 
greater institution than it is today. Let us all have an increased faith 
in her future welfare and progress. 

Faithfully yours, 

Cecil A. Jarman 



FACULTY 



"//" he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter 
the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the 
threshold of your own mind." 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 




Perry Case 
Registrar 



J. A I. Waters, Retiring Business Manager 
Milton Adams, Business Manager 




Sarah Bain W\rd, Dean of Women 

Lessie L. Murray, Dean of Men 

Raymond R. Miller, Dean of Education 



Ola I. Fleming 

Librarian 



Lessie L. Murray, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor in Modern Languages 

Esther L. Long, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of Modern Languages 




Mildred K. Hartsock, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of English 



Doris C. Holsworth, A.B., A.M. 

Associate Professor of English and Dra- 
matics 



Lessie L. Murray, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Education 

Raymond R. Miller, A.B., A.M., I'd. I). 

Dean and Professor of Education 

Wallace B. Scherer, B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Psychology 



v.0t. mm 

Lloyd W Stark, A.B., M.A. 

Professor of Mathematics 



Noel C. Carr, A.B., M.A. 

Professor of Science 

Camilla Louise Wills, B.S., A.M 
Assistant Professor of Science 

J. P. Tyndall, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Science 



Cecil A. Jarman, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. 
Professor of Religion 

Griffith A. Hamlin, A.B., M.R.I., B.D. 

Associate Professor of Religion and Phi- 
losophy 

Clinton P. Campbell, A.B., B.D. 

Instructor in Religion and Philosophy 

Thomas P. Inabinett, A.B., M.A., B.D. 
Instructor in Religion and Philosophy 





Win FRED R. Harris 
B.C.S., B.S., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Business 

Ernestine Boineau, A.B. 
Instructor in Business 

Jean Abbitt Harriss, B.S. 

Instructor in Business 



Perry Case, A.B., B.D., A.M. 

Professor of Arts 

Rebbecca Barnes, A.B. 

Instructor in Voice and Director of 

Glee Club 

John W Fontaine, A.B. 

Assistant Professor of Music 

Albert M. Gregory, B.M., M.M. 

Associate Professor of Music 

Ed T. Stallings 

Instructor in Violin 



C. H. Hamlin, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Social Science 

Richard W Griffin, III 
A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Social Science 




William J. Crltcheield 
A.B., M.A. 
Head Coach and Director of Physical 
Education 

Roberi K. Reynolds, A.B. 

Assistant Coach and Director of 
Physical Education 

Matthew J. Bird, A.B. 

Athletic Director 

{Catherine Lewis, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Physical 
Education 

Theodore Ingraham 

Assistant Student Coach 



STAFF 

F.lla K. Taylor, Dietitian 

Mary Wilson, Nurse 

Albert R. Hoffman, Building and 
CI rounds Superintendent 



OFFICE STAFF 
Mildred Ross, Bookkeeper 

William Owens, Assistant Book- 
keeper 

Beth Jovner, Secretary to Registrar 

Catherine Mathis, Secretary to 
President 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Term Expiring 1950 

John Askew, Raleigh; E. Leon Roebuck, Washington; M. C. Todd, Wendell; L. A. Tart, Dunn; C. V. 
Cannon, Ayderi; C. L. Hardy, Maury; J. C. Warren, Newton Grove; A. D. Shackleford, Wilson. 



Term Expiring 1951 

John Proctor, Greenville; A. W. /\ngc, Winterville; T. J. Hackney, Chairman, Wilson; Libert Pcele, 
Williamston; John W. Cowell, Bayboro; J. I'.. Paschall, Wilson; Dr. C. S. Eagles, Secretary, Saratoga; 
J. Benbow Jones, Winston-Salem. 



Term Expiring 1952 

G. F. Loftin, Kinston; S. L. Robcrson, Robersonville; H. G. Haney, Greenville; W. H. Brunson, 
Ayden; H. Gait Braxton, Kinston; Newton J. Robison, Raleigh; Curtis W. Howard, Kinston; Jack D. 
Brinson, Arapahoe. 



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EXECUTIVE BOARD 

The Student Cooperative Association, handles all major 
student affairs, including- disciplinary cases and regulating stu- 
dent activities. The Association, students and faculty, work 
together to develop within each student the ideals tor living 
and encourage the successful and intelligent application of the 
principles of personal honor. 



'Sparky'' McCaskill 

President 



"Sparky" McCaskill President 

Walton Coley I ice-President 

1 a i! Cook Secretary 

Jesse James Treasurer 

Evelyn Economous. . .President of Woman's Dormitory Council 

Walter Patterson President of Men's Dormitory Council 

Henry Woodard Town's Student Representative 

Mildred E. Hartsock, Sarah Bain Ward Faculty 

Raymond R. Miller, Lessie L. Murray Representatives 




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STUDENT CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION CABINET 

principles have been the purpose and aim of Atlantic Christian 

College since its foundation in 1902. The Student Christian 

Association is dedicated to that purpose. The S. C. A. helps 

create a Christian influence and provide religious activities for 

the students. Marjorie Killebrew 

President 

OFFICERS 

Marjorie Killebrew President 

Audrey Jones Secretary 

Carroll James Treasurre 




MEMBERS: G. E. Lewis, George Taylor, Sybil Barrett, lack Holton, Morgan McKinney. Faculty Advisers, Sarah 
Bain Ward and Griffith A. Hamlin. 




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GIRLS' DORMITORY COUNCIL 




The Girl's Dormitory Council is the judicial and executive body which governs the activities of the 
Dormitory girls. They strive to promote an atmosphere conducive to better welfare of the girls and to 
maintain unity and honor among those residing on the campus. 



MEMBERS 



Evelyn Economous President 

Elizabeth Coor Vice-President 

Sybil Barrett Secretary 

Marjorie Killebrew Treasurer 



Rachel Morton House President 

Dalila Perez House President 

Alice Langston, Alice Berry, 

and Jane Dudley Representatives 

Sarah Bain W\rd .Faculty Adviser 



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MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 




The Men's Dormitory Council is the judicial and executive body of men which governs the activities 
of the men students. The council strives to promote close unity and harmony between the fraternities 
and other men's organizations on the campus, to bring about improvements for the betterment of the 
men, and to assume the responsibility for the good conduct, and maintenance of" the best conditions for 
scholarly work. 

OFFICERS 

Walter Patterson President David Green Secretary 

Harold Bain \ r ice-Pre<:ideiit Henry Woodard Reporter 

MEMBERS: Joe Leonard!, Kerry Kicklighter, Charles Hussey, Clarence Bass, Jack Holton, Bobby Jones, Ivey Maness, 
Nick Ennis, Fred Arnettc. and Jack Sowers. Faculty Adviser: Lessie L. Murray. 



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MURRAY HALL COUNCIL 




The purpose of this Association is to promote the welfare of the Murray Hall students, to preserve 
student unity and honor, to develop self-control, loyalty, and a sense of responsibility toward Murray 
Hall students and property. 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Ivey Maness President Marion F.nnis 

Lee Po'i ter I 'ice-President Robert Fulton 

Laurice L. Daniels Secretary and Treasurer Clin ion Ousley 

"Buddy" VWvlker Sgt.-at-Arms Van Lee 

Stuart Pool Reporter Ivey Maness 

Roy Coggins Representatives \i H \rdison 

Larry Parler Worden Allen 

Forest Deshields '. . . Jack Cashion 



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FOOTSTEPS 
THROUGH THE YEARS 






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"You would know in words that winch you have 
always known in thought . . . and the treasure of 
your infinite depths would be revealed to your eyes:' 



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V 



SENIOR CLASS 





OFFICERS 

David Bridgers President 

Earl Roberson Vice-President 

.Louise Morris Secretary 

Sybil Barrett Treasurer 

Grady Griffin Corresponding Secretary 

MARSHALS 
Walton Coi.ev, Chief 
Darlene Tucker 
J. B. Narron 



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THROUGH THE YEARS 

September of 1946 brought a somewhat different freshman class. It was made up largely 
of men, ex-servicemen — a welcome change to the lonely females who had predominated and 
led the campus during the war years. 

As freshmen, we soon became acquainted with Homecoming, Bohunkus, "Tiveedie"- 
and classmates, with some of these acquaintances leading to matrimony . As sophomores, we 
saw the campus and Wilson blanketed in two of the biggest snows of our lives — which led 
to the cooks being snowbound and Sunday breakfast being supervised by none other than 
"Chef Dean Ward! 

Through the years we sang and danced to such tunes as "I Love You For Sentimental 
Reasons" "Nature Boy," "It's Magic," and "Some Enchanted Evening." English majors 
learned the way to Apt. S with coffee served by Dr. "Butch." We saw a complete turnabout 
in fashions — from short skirts and long hair to long skirts and short hair. 

Aside from that, the class of '50 has seen many great changes take place on our campus— 
the girls' dormitory growing from the first brick to a beautiful building — the temporary 
Science Hall and "White House" — the resignation of our president, Dr. Howard S. Hilley — 
Dr. farman filling the vacant chair as acting president — the resignation of Mr. Waters — the 
ground broken and the new Hardy library getting well under way. 

Now that the Howard Chapel graduation is rapidly approaching, we realize that we may 

be smiling through tears as we enter the Chapel for the last time as students. But, if our 

footsteps have not been worthless, if any we have made have enriched the life of our school, 

then we may leave proudly and make room for future processions of Atlantic Christian 

students who will retrace the footprints of — the class of '50. 



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SENIORS 




ERNEST ATKINSON 
Kcnly 

HAROLD BAIN 
Dunn 
President Freshman ("lass; "A" Club 1.2, 3, 4, 
President 2, Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3; 
Football I; Baseball I, 2, 3; B.B. Club President 
4; Bus. ,\lgr. of Collegiate 4; Veteran's Club I, 2; 
,\lav Court 3, 4. 



CAREY BARNES 
Lucama 

Football, Baseball I; Sigma Alpha 2. 5, 4. Vete- 
ran's Club I. 2, 3; Vice-President B.B. Club 4; 
Science Club 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1,2, 3, 4, 
May Court 4. 

PRIDGEN BARNES 
Elm City 
Transfer N. C. State; Band; Phi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity. 



WARREN M. BARNES 

Wilson 
Baseball Junior Varsity 2, 3; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 
3, 4; Treasurer Senior Class. 

SYBIL BARRETT 

Farmvillc 
Treasurer Freshman Class; Stage and Script I, 2; 
Christian Service Club 2; Pink Knot Staff 2; 
Cheerleader I; Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4, 
Historian 2, S. C. A. Cabinet 4; Woman's Dorm. 
Council 4; B. B. Club Treasurer 4; Athletic 
Council 4; W. A. A. 2. 3, 4, President 4; May 
Court 4. 



CLARENCE BASS 



Phi Kappa Alpha 
Baseball I, 3. 



Erwin 

4, Men' 



Dorm. Council 4; 



BARBARA ANN BOOLE 
Wilson 
Transfer Louisburg Jr. College; Delta Sigma 
Sorority 2, 3, 4. Historian 3, 4, Vice-President 3; 
Representative Student Legislature 2; May Court 
3; Pine Knot Staff 3; Chairman Concert Com- 
mittee 4. 



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SENIORS 



RHKL.MA L. BOYKIN 

Wilson 

ANN BRAFFORD 

Sanford 

Transfer W.C.U.N.C.; Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, 

Chaplain 4; Pine Knot Stall J, 4; CollegiateSta.fi 3; 

Dramatic Club 3; May Court 4. 



DAVID L. BRIDGERS 

Wendell 
President Senior Class; Phi Kappa Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, 
Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Secretary 3. President 4; Veteran's 
Club 3; Social Committee 2; Student Legislature 
Representative 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4, Intra- 
mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; May Court 4. 

PHILLIP R. BROUGHTON 
Kenly 



ROBERT CANNADY 

Dunn 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4; Veteran's Club 1 ; 
Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Harnett County Club 
1, 2. 

EVELYN CARROLL 

Greenville 
Christian Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; 
S.CA. Cabinet 3. 



JACK CASHION 

Sanford 
Transfer Campbell Junior College; Phi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity 3, 4. 

HOWARD CAYTON 

Wilson 
Glee Club 1 ; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4. 




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SENIORS 




JAMES THOMAS COBB 
Greenville 
Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Intra- 
mural Sports 2, 3, 4. 

RAYMOND COBB 

Farmvilk 

Christian Service ( "lul> 1, 2, 4; Science Club I, 2. 



WALTON COLEY 
Selma 
Collegiate Stall' I, 2, Editor Collegiate 3; Golden 
Knot Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 4, Sigma 
Alpha 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; Stage and Script 2, 3; 
United World Federalist 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Vice-President Junior Class; Vice-presi- 
dent Student Cooperative Association 4; May 
Court 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities 4; Junior Class Marshal; Senior Chief 
Marshal. 

GUS CONSTANTINE 

Chicago, Illinois 
Transfer DePaul University, Chicago; Phi Delta 
Gamma Fraternity. 



WALTER CORRELL 

Cornelius 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4. 

JOE LEE COSTIN 
Warsaw 

Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; 
Asst.'. ntramural Director 2, 3, 4. 



KENNETH DENNING 

Wilson 

JAMES H. DeRATT 

Manassas, Virginia 



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SENIORS 



JULIA DEW 

Wilson 
Transfer W.C.U.N.C.; Social Committee 4; 
Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4, President 4; Junior Class Sec- 
retary; Pan-Hellenic Council. 

EUGENE DRIVER 

Dunn 
"A" Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary; Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 3, President 4; Veteran's Club I, 2; 
Harnett County Club 1, 2. 



EVELYN ECONOMOUS 

Rocky Mount 
President Woman's Dormitory Council 4; Execu- 
tive Board 4; May Court 3; Pine Knot Staff 3, 4, 
Collegiate Stan 3, 4; Sigma Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3,4; 
Social Committee 2; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Trans- 
fer W.C.U.N.C.; Who's Wlm in American Colleges 
ami Universities. 

TOMMY ECONOMOUS 

Rocky Mount 
Christian Service Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2; 
Science Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2; E.T.A. 
Treasurer 4. 



CHARLES EXUM 
Fremont 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4. 

JULIAN P. FREEMAN 
Cates 
Phi Kappa Alpha 4; Intramural Football 4. 



PEGGY FUGATE 
Elm City 
Delta Sigma Sorority 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Sopho- 
more Class Treasurer; Glee Club 3; May Queen 4. 

ROBERT WILLIAM FULTON 
Leaksville 

Transfer Lees McRae College; Science Club; 
Murray Hall Council, Vice-President; Phi Delta 
Gamma Fraternity. 




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SENIORS 




JESSK AUBREY GODWIN 

Wilson 

WILLIE H. GODWIN 

Eureka 



CATHERINE BREWER GRIFFIN 

Wilson 

ELTON GRADY GRIFFIN 

Elm City 



JAMES MORRISON GRIFFIN 
Wilson 

JOSEPH CARROLL GRIFFIN 

Edenton 
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Veteran's Cluli 1,2, 
"A" Club 2, i, 4, Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4; 
Public Relations 3, 4; Science Club 4; Fraternity 
Reporter 2, ?. 



HERBERT LOUIS HALES 
Kenly 

PROCTOR HARDISON 
Kinston 
Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Stage and 
Script 1, 2; Lenoir County Club I; F.T.A. 4, Phi 
Delta Gamma 3, 4, President 4, Corresponding 
Secretary 4. 



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SENIORS 



IRVING B. HARDY 
Norfolk. Virginia 
Football 1, 2, 4; Baseball, Basketball 1; "A" Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3; Sigma Alpha 
Fraternity 2, 3, 4; College Band 4; President Pan- 
Hellenic Council 4; Chairman Social Committee 
4; Tennis Singles 3. 

FRANKLIN HARRELL 

Columbia 



RF.BFCCA HIGH 

Wilson 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. 

RACHEL HORION 
Walstonburg 
Phi Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Presi- 
dent Kmsey Hall Dormitory 4. 



R ANTON H. JACKSON 

Saratoga 

JESSF. R. JAMES 
Wilson 
Veteran's Club 1,2; Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Presi- 
dent 3; Treasurer Student Body, Member of Exe- 
cutive Board 4; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities. 



EDNA MOYE JOYNER 

Goldsboro 

Transfer Louisburg College, E.C.T.C.; Phi Sigma 
Tau Sorority 4. 

STACY KING 

Eureka 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity. 




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C. L HARDY LIBRARY 

ATLANTIC CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



SENIORS 




ALTON LANCASTER 

Kenly 

ALICE LANGSTON 
Neuron Grove 
Glee C TuLi I, Stage and Script 2, 3; Collegiate 
Staff 3; Pink Knot Staff 3, 4; Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Woman's Dormitory Council 4, Presi- 
denr 4. 



IRIS LEE LI.ARY 
Beulaville 

ARAH LEE 

Dunn 
Transfer Easr Carolina Teacher's College 



GENE E. LEWIS 
Goldsboro 
Christian Service (Tub 3, 4; S. C. A. Cabinet 4; 
Pin Delta Gamma Fraternity ', 4. 

CHARLES LIGGON 

Wilson 

Transfer Wake Forest; Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4; 
Eoorball 3, 4; All-Conference 3; Little All-Ameri- 
can 3 ; Most Valuable Player Award 4. 

IVEY MANESS 
Roxboro 
Transfer Louisburg Junior College; Phi Delta 
Gamma 3, 4, Secretary 4; Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil 4; President Murray Hall Council 4; Science 
Club 4. 

THOMAS EDWARD McCASKILL 

Erwin 

Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football I, 2, 4; "A" Club I, 2, 

3, 4; Athletic Council 3, 4; Veteran's Club 1, 2, 3; 
Harnett County Club 1, 2; Collegiate Reporter 1, 
2; Men's Dormitory Council I , Phi Kappa Alpha 
2, 3,4, Vice-President 2; May Court Attendant 1 ; 
May Court 3; King of May Day 4; Concert Com- 
mittee 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 2; Vice-President 
Freshman and Sophomore Class; President Junior 
Class; President Student Cooperative Association 

4, Bulldog Booster Club 4; Who's Who in American 
Colleges a/ni Universities 4; President North State 
Student Council 4. 



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SENIORS 



JAMES RAY McLAWHORN 

Hookcrton 
Christian Service Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Public Relations 4. 

HENRY MARVIN MERCER 

W'alstonburg 



WADE MOBLEY 
Williamston 

RALPH MOORE 
Eour Oaks 



EUGENE MORRIS 

Greenville 
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. 

GROVER MORRIS 

Greenville 
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. 



LOUISE MORRIS 
Kinston 
Christian Service Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary I; Phi 
Sigma Tau Sorority 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 
4; Golden Knot Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 
and Treasurer 3; Glee Club I, 2; W.A.A. 3, 4; 
Woman's Dormitory Council 3; Pine Knot Staff' 
4; United World federalist Secretary 4; Senior 
Class Secretary 4; S. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, President 
3; Pan-E5ellenic Council 4; Public Relations 4; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 

J. B. NARRON 

Wilson 
Christian Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4- Senior Class 
Marshal. 




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SENIORS 




HARRY OLIVER 
Selma 
Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4; Veteran's Club 1; Stage 
and Script 2; Collegiate Reporter 2. 

JACK OVERMAN 
Wilson 
Collegiate Editor I; Start" 2, 5, 4; Stage and Script 
I, 2, 3, 4, President 4. Flu Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, 
Reporter 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 4; Band 4; 
Christian Service Cluli I. 



1 RRY OVERMAN 
Stantonsburg 

Delta Sigma Sorority 2, ?, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi- 
dent 4; May Court 4. 

ALBERT OWENS 

Walstonburg 



MACON PAGE 
Greenville 

(ilec Club 2; Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 3, 4; 
Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 

DALILA PEREZ 
Ponce, Puerto Rico 
Transfer University ot Puerto Rico, Drury Col- 
lege, Springfield, Mo.; Christian Service Club 3, 4; 
Science Club 3; Delta Sigma Sorority 3, 4, Chap- 
lain 4; Stage and Script 3, 4, House President 
Caldwell Hall 4. 



RE1D O. POOLE 

Kinston 

Glee Club 1 ; Concert Committee 1 ; May Court 3; 

Science Club 4. Stage and Script 1, 2, 4. 

SIMON QUINN 
Mt. Olive 



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SENIORS 



NORMA B. RADFORD 
Selma 

BILL RAINS 

Kenlv 



CECIL H. RHODES 

Rich lands 
Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2, 
Vice-President 3; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, Base- 
ball Mgr. 3. 

JAMES EDWARD RITTER 

St. Joseph, Mo. 



EARL ROBFRSON 
Williamston 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Science 
Club 3; Vice-President Senior Class. 

VERNON ROEBUCK 
Williamston 

Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4. Sgt.-at-Arms 4. 



CHARLES TYSON SHACKELFORD 

Saratoga 
Transfer Oak Ridge Military Inst.; Phi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity. 

MARY ALICE STEVENS 

Coldsboro 
Transfer Campbell College; Collegiate Staff 4; 
F.T.A. President 4. 




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SENIORS 




BOBBY STOTT 
Bailey 

JOHN J. THORNE 
Elm City 



ALLEN TYNDALL 

Kinston 
Phi Delta Gamma Fraternity 

DARLENE TUCKER 
Sanford 
Golden Knot Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma Tan 
Sorority 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Secretary 3; Christian 
Service Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 2; 
United World Federalist 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice- 
President 4; Junior Class Marshal, Senior Marshal, 
Collegiate reporter 3; Pine Knot Staff" 3, Editor 4; 
May Court 4; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities. 



WILLIAM WARD 
Whitakers 

Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; 
"A"Club, Baseball 2, Manager 4; Collegiate Staff 
4; Intramural Sports, Transtcr N. C. State. 

PALI. L. WEBB 
Macclesfield 



RONALD WHITE 

Williamston 
"A" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 3; 
Sigma Alpha 2. 3. 4, Vice-President 3. President 4, 
Golden Knot Honor Society 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic 
Council 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DORIS WHITLEY 
Wilson 



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SENIORS 



SUE FAN WILLIAMSON 
Sims 
Siema Tau Chi Sorority 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM WINDHAM 

Walstonburg 
Phi Kappa Alpha Fraternity 3, 4, Treasurer 4. 



THOMAS WOODARD 

Selma 
Sigma Alpha Fraternity 2, 3, 4. 





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JUNIOR CLASS 





OFFICERS 

Walter Pa i i erson 

President 

Jack Allsbrook 
I ice-President 

Julia Dew 

Secretary 

Conner Lee 
Treasurer 



MARSHALS 
Jean Mann 
Walter Patterson 



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Jack Allsbrook 
Rocky Mount 

Joy Mae Bass 
Lucama 

Alice Reid Berry 

Fairfield 



Lorene Owens Bowen 

Sranronsburp 

Theodore Bowen 
Stantonsburg 

Charles Boykin 
Black Creek 



David O. Bryan 
Mt. Olive 

Ann Bl'llock 
Wilson 

Thomas E. Chase 
Eureka 



Lib Coor 
Goldsboro 

Laurice Daniels 
Atlantic 

David F. Davis 
Wilson 



Lillian Deans 
Wilson 

Martin Denning 
Alt. Olive 

Betty Sue Doles 
Elm City 



JUNIOR CLASS 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Norwood C. Dunn 
Selma 

William A. Edmundson 
Oriental 

Guy Elliott, Jr. 

Kinston 



Raymond Fleming 
Robersonville 

Jane Gardner 
Wilson 

Steve Gliarmis 
Wilson 



Virginia Harrell 

Wilson 

Paul Hollingswortii 

I'.rw in 

Jack M. Holton 

Wilmington 



Theodore Ingraham 
Dunn 

Alvin "Jolly" James 
Wallace 

Carroll James 
Faison 



Hugh Johnson 
Four Oaks 

Douglas Joyner 
Goldsboro 

Kerry Kicklighter 
Glennville, Ga. 




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Marjorie Killebrew 
Fountain 

Zack Koonce 
Trenton 

Mary Lou Lassiter 
Four Oaks 



Conner Lee 
Hobgood 

Max Lee 

Benson 

Eugene Lucas 
Lucama 



Peggy Mason 
Wilson 

Alonzo McLawhorn 
Hookerton 



Jobf. Metis 
Richlands 



Jessie Walker Moye 
Goldsboro 

Maynell Nichols 

Sims 

Clinton Ousley 
Lillington 



Walter M. Patterson 
Rocky Mount 

Peggy Branson Pearson 
Bailey 

Clarence Proctor 
Saratoga 



JUNIOR CLASS 



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JUNIOR CLASS 



Albert Sauls 
Eureka 

Madison Smith 
Wintervillc 

Sara Smith 
Wilson 



Sedalia Smith 
Fremont 

George Spirtos 
Wilson 

Richard Stroud 
Pink Hill 



Bobby Tart 

Dunn 

Roy Tart 

Dunn 

George Taylor 
Winston-Salem 



Wii.i.ard Tyson 
Stantonsburg 

William Webber 
Goldsboro 

Robert Wheeler 
Oxford 

BeRNELLE W r HITE 

Williamston 

Martha Lou Williamson 

Wilson 

Margaret Winstead 
Wilson 

Betty Yarbrough 

Winston-Salem 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS 





OFFICERS 

Fred Boyce 

President 

Henry Woodard 

I T he-Preside nt 

Tom Callahan 

Secretary 

Sam Everhar i 

Treasurer 



MARSHALS 
Susan Lewis 
Rudolph Conner 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Evelyn Bailey 
Wilson 

Carolyn Ballance 
Fremont 

Barbara Banks 
Wilson 



Frances Barnes 
Wilson 

Tempie Bass 
Pikeville 

\ T ell Taylor Beaman 
Farmville 



William Ralph Beaman, Jr. 
Wilson 

Elizabeth Bissette 
Bailey 

Fred Boyce 

Grimesland 



Robert Loyd Brinkley, Jr. 
Wilson 

Margaret Brow n 
Jamesville 

Phoebe Buck 

New Bern 



Thomas Callahan 
Chelsea, Mass. 

Roy Lynn Coggins 
Sanford 

Joseph Rudolph Conner 
Woodville 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS 




John Crawford 
Earl 

Alton Dale 
Grifton 

Grifton Daniel 
Black Creek 



Billy Deans 
Rocky Mount 

Forest Deshields 

Montgomery, W. Va. 

Douglas Driver 
Wilson 



Jane Dudley 
Kinston 

William 1 lamp Etheridge 
Evenly 

Joseph Eudy 
New Bern 



Sam Everhart 
Lexington 

Francis Russell Fisher 
Oriental 

Joel P. Flowers 
Four Oaks 



Johnny Raymond Flowers 
Kenly 

Jerry Fountain 
Rockv Mount 



Fred Grady 

Kenly 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Jack Greenwood 
Sanford 

Dorothy Gregory 
Goldsboro 

Patricia Haley 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Harold W. Hardison 
Deep Run 

Marie Harper 
Deep Run 

Thurman I larwood 
Whiteville 



lames E. Haskins 
Bailey 

Betsy Ann Hayes 
Wilson 

David Rudolph Hil 

Kenly 



Gordon Reece Howell 
Kinston 

Marilyn Hudson 
Wilson 

Charles Hussey 
Wilson 



Norman R. Ingraham 
Dunn 

Carroll Jackson 
Newton Grove 

Rubelle James 
W'interville 




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Sam Jenkins 
Walstonburg 

Marjorie Jennette 
Alicro 

Ruth Mathis Johnson 
Rocky .Mount 



Nancy Johnston 
Wilson 

Audrey Jones 
Snow Hill 

Robert G. Jones 
Edward 



Joseph Joyner 
Wilson 

Jack Lee 
Arapahoe 

Van Lee 
Pantego 



Susan Lewis 
Wilson 

Fletcher McCoy 
Cove City 

Paul McCrary 
Lexington 

Morgan McKinney 
Englehard 

John B. Moore 
Wilson 

Alvin Lloyd Narron 
Middlesex 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Martha Nassif 
Wilson 

Lloyd Newman 
Norfolk, Va. 

Donald Perry 
Wilson 



Naomi Perry 
Cofield 

Charles Phillips 
Saratoga 

Thurman Darrell Phillips 
Wilson 



Curtis Phipps 
Wendell 

Anna Jean Poole 
Kinston 

Curtis Presley 
Edenton 



Dorothy Rawls 
Arapahoe 

Theola Register 
Clinton 

Edgar Rcnfrow 
Kcnly 



Alfred Wallace Richardson 
Selma 

William B. Richardson 
Kenly 

Opal Roberson 
Washington 








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SOPHOMORE CLASS 




Manley Sanderson 
Rose Hill 

Phillip Shirley 
Walstonburg- 

Edsel W. Sholar 
Rocky Mount 



Harris Spell. Jr. 
Wilson 

Brantley Strickland 
Goldsboro 

Carol Lou Summerfield 

\\ ilson 



James William Taylor 
Snow Hill 

William "Buddy" Walker 
Long- Island, New York 

Mary Lee Warren 
Newton Grove 



William 
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Wate. 



Glen Watson 
Lucama 

Ben C. Wcthington 
Eureka 



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1. Posing. 2. ''Woman in Muling.'' }. A Sunday Afternoon. 4. Time our. 5. Athletes. 6. It might .is well be 
spring. 7. Seen every day. 8. Music, music, music. V. We three. Id. Grusesome twosome. II. Her hem. 
12. Caught by the camera. I 5. Queen tor a Day. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 




OFFICERS 

Rom Llewellyn 
President 

Edwin Alston 
I Ice-President 

Allie Lee 

Secretary 

Larry Parler 
Treasurer 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 




Edwin Alston, Wilson 
Wilbur Ballenger, Columbia, S. C. 
Jeurlene Bartholomew, Henderson 
.Mary Louise Batson, Greenville 



Hobby Bissette, Sims 
Virginia Bobbitt, Zebulon 
Janus T. Boom.-, Black Creek 
Earl Boyette, Wilson 

Jack Boyette, Kenly 
George Brinson, Arapahoe 
Catherine Brown, Dunn 
James J. Clark, Wilson 

Geraldine Corbett, Zebulon 
Doane Cottle, Rose I lill 
Mildred Creech, Kenly 

Harold R. Deans, Wilson 



Joseph Elton Dennis, Durham 
Ethel Draper, Kenly 
Ernest Duncan, New Bern 
Glen Edwards, Middlesex 



Milburn l'elton, Macclesfield 
Paul Grady, Mt. Olive 
Lucy ( Iray, Deep Run 
Mary Lois Griffin, Elm City 



Burnice Gurley, Goldsboro 
Laura Gurley, Goldsboro 
Albert Hardison, Arapahoe 
Joyce Ann Hairell, Wilson 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



Lester Herring, Snow Hill 
Jo Anne High, Wilson 
Sylvia Jacqueline High, Wilson 
David Holder, Goldsboro 



Emily Holland, Dunn 
June Holton, Wilmington 
Robert Home, Wilson 
Arnie Hunt, Stantonsburg 

Charlotte Hurst, Wilson 

Rcid Ingraham, Dunn 
Carl Jinnette, Dudley 
Charles King, Wilson 

Edward Lane, Hertford 
Edith Langley, Nashville 
Allie Lee, Arapahoe 
Richard Lewis, Harkers Island 



Robert M. Lewis, Wilson 

Graham Liles, Wilson 

James Little, Wilson 

Thyra Shackleford Little, Wilson 

Rom Llewellyn, Wilson 

Silas Lucas, Lucama 

Michael Malavasic, Little Falls, 
N. Y. 

Jacquelyn Mallison, Wilson 



Donald Marcus, Wilson 
John T. McBride, Lexington 
Jewel McCoy, Cove City 
Roland McCoy, Cove City 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 




Thomas Meekins, Hilton Village, 
Va. 

Charles Mewborn, Goldsboro 

Richard Mewborn, Snow- Hill 

Barbara Mozingo, Greenville 



Artis Xarron, Kenly 
Janice Neal, Kenly 
John Xorvillc, Walstonburg 
William Nowell, Wendell 

Larry Parler, Bonneau, S. C. 

Robert Paschall, Wilson 

Dorcas Piniero, Puerta se I iera, 
P. R. 

Nellie Pridgen, Wilson 



Charles Renfrow, Kenly 
Jack Robbins, Rocky Mount 
Allen Ross, New Bern 
William Ross, New Bern 



Wade Saleeby, Wilson 
|ohnnie Sawyer, Jamesville 
Thomas Shingleton, Stantonsburg 
Carl Skinner, Dover 



Carlton Smith, Dudley 
Robert S. Speight, Kim City 
Jodie Strickland. Middlesex 
Cohen Tart, Dunn 



Alex W Taylor, Stantonsburg 
Margie Taylor, Lucama 
Myra I home. Elm City 
lean Tucker, Chicod 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



Emogcnc Turner, Lucama 
Durward Tyson, Greenville 
Gerald Waters, Mt. Olive 
Wallace Watson, Kenly 



Harold Wells, Rose Hill 
W S. Wells, Rose Hill 
Gus Wenzel, Yonkers, N. Y. 
Amos Westbrook, Newton Grove 



Bcnnell White, Smithers, W. Ya. 
Lee Wickersham, Hollywood, Fla. 
George Wilkins, Rocky Mount 
Jack Williams, Norfolk, \ a. 

Christine Williamson, Wilson 
Martha Williamson, Wilson 
Alary Williford, Saratoga 
May Wilson, \Yilsons Mills 



Charles Winstead, Wilson 
Jesse Yates, Wilson 




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First row, left to right: Joyce Armstrong-, Faison; Dovie Ann Arthur, Snow Hill; Nell Baa-man, 
Wilson; Marjorie Bone, Elm City; Annie Mac Boykin, Black Creek; Earl Butler, Rocky Mount. 
Second row: Mary Lou Cannady, Dunn; Joyce Cog-gins, Nashville; Caroline Cowell, Bayboro; Frank 
Denny, Wilson; Sarah Dillon, Wilson; Olivia Dixon, Wallace. Third row: Frances Gardner, Nash- 
ville; Eva Grady, Mr. Olive; Dolly Minton, Rocky Mount; Lucille Joyner, Wilson; Henry 11. King, 
Turkey; Dolores Labaki, Wilson. Fourth row: Joyce Mallard, Trenton; Nannie Newborn, La- 
Grange; Nell Mitchell, Jacksonville; Winnie Rose Parks, LaGrange; Lillic Snead, Four Oaks; Craven 
Sumerell, Dover. Fifth row: Mary Lou Sutton, LaGrange; Mane Wells, Rose Hill; Bett Wheeler. 
Wilson; Constance Womble, Wilson; Robert W. Wootcn, Wilson. 



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.Manager. 

Well, here is your Pink Knot. It's been ;i hard year, lull of plans and ideas — some 
that materialized and some that didn't but as we glance at this red and white cover we 
like to think it was worth it.. 

We ovcrcut our classes, and then cut them again; we worked late at night, then 
snoozed in class the following mornings; we rushed to beat deadlines, money became 
scarce, paper gave out, tempers ran short, another pack of cigarettes went up in smoke. 
But with encouragement and ideas from Dr. Hartsock the staff revived and decided 
that it had all been a lot of fun, friendship, and good, honest work. 

Maybe it isn't the best yearbook published, but we think it's a pretty good Pine 

Knot— anyway, we hope you like it. 

Darlene and Kerry 



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Harrell, Sedalia Smith, Norwood Dunn, Dr. Mildred E. Hartsock, Faculty Adviser. 



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Bii.lv Beaman 

Editor 



THE COLLEGIATE 

The Collegiate, official college student 
newspaper, carries coverage of all 
campus activities in its monthly pub- 
lications. It serves not only to re- 
view and to record campus happenings, 
but to present feature material which 
stimulates open discussions, providing 
a means for the voicing of student 
opinion. 




Roy Coggins 
Business A Imager 



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THE STAFF 
Billy Beaman Editor 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Carol Lou Summeriteld Associate Editor 

Johnny Colones Sports Editor 

Bobby Tart Assistant Sports Editor 

Olivia Philyaw and Jack Overman Girl's Sports 

Lillian Deans and Mary Alice Stevens Feature Editors 

BUSINESS BOARD 

Roy Coggins Business Manager 

Marilyn Hudson Assistant Business Manager 

Jane Dudley Circulation Manager 

REPORTERS 

Pat Haley, Evelyn Economous, Ered Boyce, Joby Griffin, Sarah Dillon, Virginia Har- 
rell, Tempie Bass, Jay Clark, Jack Greenwood, Gene Lucas, Al Richardson. 

FACULTY ADVISER 
Dorothy D. Eagles 



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CONNOR LEE 



DALILA PEREZ 



BILL \\-\ I I RS 



\1 \RJORII KILL] BR] \\ 
Secretary and Treasurer 



ALBRIN SHINGLETON 




DARLENF rUCKER 

RONALD \\ HI [ i: 

DAVID BRIDGERS 

ANN BULLOCK 

J WHS P. FOX 

OPAL ROBERSON 

I HOMAS I . VIcCASKILl 

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PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 




The Pan-Hellenic Council is made up of representatives from all the ( ireek letter organizations of the 
campus. The function of this council is to set up rules and regulations governing the organizations. 
Promoting good-will among the sororities and fraternities is also fostered. 

OFFICERS 

"Doc" Hardy President Louise Morris Secretary 

Gene Lewis Vice-President Allen Tyndali Treasurer 

Sarah Bain Ward, Faculty Adviser 



REPRESENTATIVES: Julia Dew, Mary Lou Lassiter, Anna Jean Poole, Jerry Overman, Louise Morris, Rachel 
Horton, Ronald White, Gene Lucas, Jack Overman, David Bridgers, Gene Lewis, and Allen Tyndali. 



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DELTA SIGMA 



"You Name It" . . . meetings in the Phi Delt House . . . gossip . . . Lamp post . . . booths, ash trays, 
and light fixtures in the "Y" store . . . initiation . . . torehhearers of friendship . . . green and gold . . . 
jonquils . . . banquets and dances. 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Jerry Overman President Barbara Boole 

Anna Jean Poole Vice-President Lillian Deans 

Ann Bullock Secretary Opal Roberson 

Peggy Fugate Treasurer Margaret Brown 

Dai .11 \ Perez Chaplain Pat Haley 

Barbara Boole Historian Dorothy Spruilx 

MEMBERS 

Jerry Overman, Barbara Boole, Peggy Fugate, Joy Mae Bass, Lorene Bowen, Ann Bullock, Lillian Deans, Peggy Mason, 
Dalila Perez, Bernelle White, Anna Jean Poole, Jean Mann, Tempie Bass. Mary Lee Warren. Margaret Brown, Opal 
Roberson, Theola Register, Pat Haley, Dorothy Spruill, Virginia Dickens, Dot Boyette. Sponsors: [Catherine Lewis 
and Rebecca Barnes. 



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PHI DELTA GAMMA 



Canasta, 4,000 points . . . nightly visits by the sponsor . . . shower rush . . . "Our Best To You" . . . 
Carroll's midnight coffee-time . . . hinges worn out by late visitors . . . "Stop Light Grill" snacks at 
3 A.M. . . . Sinclair Joe, Worried Jerry . . . telephone visitations. 



OFFICERS 

First Semester 

"Jolly" James President . 

Carroll James I "ne-P resident 

Ivev Maness Secretary . . 

Jack Holton Treasurer . . 

Gene Lewis Chaplain . . 



Second Semester 
. Proctor Hardison 
. . . Allen Tyndall 
. . . Frank Harrell 

Lee Potter 

. . . . Carroll James 



MEMBERS 

Charles Boykin, J. T. Cobb, Lauricc Daniels, Norwood Dunn, Proctor Hardison, Frank Harrell, Jack Holton, Alvin "Jolly" 
James, Carroll James, Bobby Jones, Zack Koonce, Gene Lewis, Ivey Maness, Macon Page, Allen Tyndall, William Web- 
ber, Bob Wheeler, Robert Brinkley, Rudolph Conner, Gus Constantine, Joe Flowers, Jerry Fountain, Rudolph Hdl, Car- 
roll Jackson, Morgan McKinney, Lee Potter, Al Richardson, Bob Wilkinson. Sponsors: Lessie L. Murray, Milton 
Adams. 



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SIGMA TAU CHI 



Sponsors . . . Thanksgiving Festival . . . Thanksgiving Dance . . . Christmas Festival . . . Bids . . . 
pledges . . . initiation . . . Valentine Dance . . . Sorority banquet . . . College News Allium (scrapbook) 
. . . Gold and white . . . Chrysanthemums . . . "Sumus Unium." 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Julia Dew President Mary I .ot 1 , \sm i er 

Mary Lou Lassiter Vice-President Doi Rawls 

Sedalia Smith Secretary Carolyn Bail vnce 

Alice Langston Treasurer Sedalia Smi i h 

Ann Brafford Reporter Marilyn Hudson 

MEMBERS 

Ann Brafford, Phoebe Buck, Carolyn Ballance, Francis Barnes, Julia Dew, Caroline Cowell, Evelyn Economous, Marilyn 
Hudson, Alice Langston", Mary Lou Lassiter, Maynell Nichols, Sue Fan Williamson, Sedalia Smith, Dot Rawls, Ann Mer- 
ntt, Marie Harper, Jean Dew, Jean Tucker. Sponsor: Mrs. Lessie Murray and Mrs. M. J. Bird. 



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PHI KAPPA ALPHA 



"Womanlcss wedding" . . . initiation . . . late sleepers . . . Monday night squabbles . . . bull sessions 
. midnight snacks . . . Faculty receptions . . . studying? ... 3 A.M. trips to Richmond . . . athletes 
. Leapin' Lena . . . Put it on the books. 



OFFICERS 



Second Semester 

Bill Ward 

Warren Barnes 

Fred Boyce 

Johnny Colones 

James P. Fox Sgt.-at-Arms Henry Woodaro 

Jack Overman Reporter George Taylor 



First Semester 

David Bridgers President . . . 

Harry Helmer Vice-President 

George Taylor Secretary . . . 

Bill Windham Treasurer . . . 



MEMBERS 

David Bridgers, Fred Boyce. Pridgen Barnes, Billy Deans, Bill Windham, Tom Callahan, Cecil Rhodes, Johnny Colones, 
Harry Helmer, Charles Husscy, George Spirtos, Jack Cashion, David Bryan, Charles Shackelford, Kerry Kicklisrhtcr, 
Sam Fverhart, Julian Freeman, Jimmy Fox, Bill Ward, Henry Woodard, Jack Overman, "Sparky" McCaskill, Harold 
Bain, Clarence Bass, Bobby Tart, Roy Tart, Paul Glazcr, Jack Allsbrook, Raymond Suggs, Jack Boykin, George Taylor, 
Ned Liggon, Harrv Oliver, Morgan Sumner, Marvin Mercer, Dick Stroud, Jim DeRatt, Brantley Aycock. Sponsors: 
J. P. Tyndall. 



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PHI SIGMA TAU 



A new year . . . pledges . . . initiation . . . "angels with dirty faces" . . . time out for weekly meeting 
in the Chapter room . . . cokes and potato chips . . . "Top Hat" . . . wedding bells for Susan . . . monthly 
dinners at the Rainbow- . . . joint party with brothers . . . Spring formal. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester . Second Semester 

Louise Morris President Marjorie Killebrew 

Rebecca High Vice-President Betty Yarbrough 

Sara Smith Secretary Nancy Johnston 

Rachel Horton Treasurer Marjorie Jennette 

Betty Yarbrough Chaplain Jane Dudley 

Alice Berry Historian Carol Lou Summer: teld 

Sponsors: Mrs. Doris C. Holsworth, Miss Mary Nackos, and Airs. Cecil A. Jarman 



MEMBERS 

Sybil Barrett, Nell Beaman, Alice Berry, Lib Coor, Jane Dudley, Rebecca High, Rachel Horton, .Marjorie Jennette, Nancy 
Johnston, Audrey Jones, Fdna Joyner, Mariorie Killebrew, Susan Lewis, Louise Morris, Sara Smith, Jeanne Suessmuth, 
Carol Lou Suinnierrield. Darlene Tucker, Margaret W instead, Martha Lou Williamson, Betty Yarbrough. Honorary 
Members: Helen Walker Fox, Catherine Mathis. 



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SIGMA ALPHA 



Let's go to Slam . . . Gashouse Gang . . . Sigma Hogans . . . Too long, too long ... at 705 W. Gold 
. . Perennial champs . . . cut that shower oft . . . Lula get out . . . take me out to Sings . . . Midnight 
'Sessions" . . . Celebrities eat at dawn. 



OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Ronald White President Gene Driver 

James Horton Vice-President Ernest Atkinson 

Gene Driver Secretary Stacy Kinc; 

Conner Lee Treasurer Conner Lee 

Vernon Roebuck Sgt.-at-Arms Clyde Sullivan 

Billy Beaman 

James Cannon Chaplain Wade Mobley 

Joby Griffin Reporter 



MEMBERS: Walter Correll, Robert Cannady, Conner Lee, Martin Denning, Raymond Fleming, Gene Driver, Nick 
Ennis, Melvin Dennis, Joby Griffin, Aubrey Godwin. David Green, James Horton, "Doc" Hardy, Jesse James, Si Har- 
rington, Gene Lucas, Stacy King, Wade Mobley, Pat Patterson, Curtis Presley, F.arl Roberson, Vernon Roebuck, Thomas 
Woodard, Ronald White, Red Barnes, F.rnest Atkinson, Ace Mayo, Gene Parker, Gene Sweat, Walton Coley, Joe Costin. 
James Cannon, Charles Exum, Hamp F.theridge, Billy Beaman, Jack Lee, Roy Coggins, Forest Deshields, Fdsel Sholar. 
Bill Potter, Hugh Johnson, Max Lee, Buddy Walker, Clyde Sullivan. Sponsors: Coach Robert Reynolds and Wallace B 
Scherer. 



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CONCERT COMMITTEE 



To create an interest in, and to increase the enjoyment and appreciation of the finer arts, this com- 



mittee selects and arranges for celebrated artists to appear on our campus. 



This committee is composed of Mrs. Dorothy Eagles, Faculty Adviser; Barbara Boole, Senior Rep- 



resentative; Jimmy Fox, Junior Representative; and Patricia Haley, Sophomore Representative. 



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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



The Social Committee is composed of members appointed by the Executive Board. The purpose of 
this organization is to plan, promote, and coordinate social events on the campus and events directly 
related with full student participation. 



"Doc" Hardy 

Student Chairman 



Katherine Lewis 
Faculty Chairman 



Student Representatives: Tex Rittcr, Julia Dew, and Dorothy Rawls. Faculty Advisers: Robert Reynolds, J. P. Tyndall, 
and Wallace Scherer. 



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SCIENCE CLUB 



The purpose of this Club is to foster good fellow ship, and to give opportunity for expression of 
special scientific talents and activities. 

OFFICERS 

Proctor Harbison President 

Naomi Hill I r ice-President 

Franklin I Iarreix Secretary 

Sedalia Smith Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Tommic Economous, Jack Holton, Norwood Dunn, Franklin Harrell, Proctor Haidison, James McLawhorn, William 
Waters, Kenneth Denning, Iris Leary, Olivia Philyaw. Sedalia Smith, Carey Barnes, Paul Hollingsworth, Earl Robinson, 
Rudolph Connor, Henry Woodard, Evelyn Bailey. Evelyn Jenkins, Theola Register, Margaret Winstead, Carolyn Bal- 
lance, Fred Boyce. Faculty Advisers: Mr. N. C. Carr, Mr. J. P. Tyndall, Mrs. Raymond Miller, and Miss Camilla Wills, 



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CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB 

The purpose of this fellowship is to guide the members in solving problems of pastoral theology and 
Christian doctrine. Each member is attempting through study to build a philosophy of life based upon 
the principles of Christ. 

OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Jack Holton President Bill Waters 

Simon Ql inn Vice-President Morgan McKinney 

Evelyn Carroll Secretary and Treasurer Emily Holland 



MEMBERS: Warden Alien. Jr., Wilbur Ballenger, Jerry Bartholomew. Alice Berry, Nell Beaman. Beth Bissette, Fred 
Boyce, Margaret Broun. Evelyn Carroll, Gcraldinc Corbctt, Raymond Cobb, Mildred Creech, John Crawford, Olivia 
Dixon, Joe Dennis, Jane Dudley, Guy Elliott, Jr.. Tommy Economous, Eva Grady. Joyce Harrell, June Holton, Jack 
Holton, Emily Holland, Audrey Jones, Allie Lee, Gene Eewis, Leonard Mann, Jewel McCoy, Morgan McKinney, Louise 
Morris, J. B. Narron, Ana Dorcas Pinicro, Dahla Perez, Simon Quinn, Onal Robcrson, George Taylor, Claire Taylor, 
Durward Tyson, Bill Ward, Bill Waters, Marie Wells, Ben White, May Wilson, Gus Wenzel, Jack Williams, and Mr. 
J. M. Waters, Mr. Griffith Hamlin, and Dr. Cecil A. Jarman, Faculty Advisers. 



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GLEE CLUB 



Under the direction of Miss Rebecca Barnes, the Glee Club has done outstanding work. Special 
concerts, chapel services, holiday programs, and concerts in various towns in North Carolina have made 
up their program of activities. 

OFFICERS 

Aubrey Shingleton President 

Peggy Mason '. I "ue-1'res'nle/it 

Joy Taylor Secretary 

1 )i i ours I - abaki Sergeant-at-. Inns 

Mar'v Lee Warren and Ann Bui. lock Accompanist 

MEMBERS 

Kerry Kicklighter, Edwin Alston, Jerry Bartholomew, Tempie Bass. Nell Bcaman, Alice Berry, Fred Boyce, Arm Bullock, 
Guy Elliot, Jr., Peggy Fugate, Par Haley, Joyce Harrell, Jo Ann High. June Holton, Bobby Home, Charlotte Hursr, 
Rubellc James, Delores Labaki, Edith Langlcy, Allie Lcc, Morgan McKinney, Peggy Mason, James Nichols. Mavnelle 
Nichols, Larry Parlcr, Johnnie Sawyer, Aubrey Shingleton. Sedalia Smith, George Taylor. Joy Taylor, Durward Tyson, 
Mary Lcc Warren, Gus Wenzel, Bob Wheeler, Ben White, Graham Liles, Berty Yarbrough. 



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MEN'S CHORUS 




Morgan McKenney, Ben \\ hitc, Leonard Mann. Guy Wenzel, Wilbur Ballenger, Fred Boyce, Aubrey Shingle- 
ton, Larry Parler, Durward Tyson, Bob Wheeler, George Taylor, Jack Holron, Bobby Jones, Edwin Alston, 
James Nichols, Raymond Cobb, Graham Liles. 

Jerry Bartholomew, Tempie Bass, Nell Beamon, Alice Berry, Ann Bullock, Peggy Kugate, Joyce Harrell, Jo 
Ann High, June Holton, Charlotte Hurst, Rubelle James, Edith Langley, Allie Lee, Peggy Mason, Maynelle 
Nichols, Scdalia Smith, Joy Taylor, Mary Lee Warren, Betty Varbrough. 



GIRLS' CHORUS 




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BAND 



Albert Gregory, Director 



Glockenspeil: Charlotte Hurst. Flute: Harry Zrakas. Trombone: David Holder, Doc Hardy. 
Clarinet: Robert Wheeler, Jo Ann High, Carolyn Uzzel. Saxaphone: Edwin Alston, David Batts. 
Drum: Morgan McKenny, George Spirtos, Delores Labaki, Jack Overman. Cornet: Douglas 
Driver, Graham Liles, Larry Parler, Robert Pascall. Horn: Jimmy Nichols. Baritone: Guy 



Elliott, Jr., Bobby Home. 




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STAGE AND SCRIPT 



Stage and Script is the dramatic organization on campus. Under the direction of Mrs. Doris Hols- 
worth, head of the dramatics department, the club has had a very successful year. This club takes in 
all phases of production. After two consecutive years in the club, members are awarded letters. Stage 
and Script is a member of the Carolina Dramatics Association of Chapel Hill. 

OFFICERS 

Jack Overman President 

Fred Boyce Vice-President 

Nancy Johnston Secretary 

Bernelle White Treasurer 

Edwin Alston, Nell Beaman. Alice Berry, Beth Bissette, Fred Boyce, Catherine Brown, Margaret Brown, Phoebe Buck, 
John Britr, Laurice Daniels, Proctor Hardison, Jack Holton, June Holton, Marilyn Hudson, Carroll fames, Bobby Jones, 
Dolores Labaki, Susan Lewis, Martha Nassif, James Nickols, Clinton Ousley, Reid Poole, Charles Phillips, Opal Roberson, 
David G. Smith. Marie Harper, Norwood Dunn, Madison Smith, G. E. Lewis, Joyce Harrell, Dalila Perez, Jack Overman, 
Durward Tyson, Bill Waters, Bernelle White. DIRECTOR: Mrs. Doris C. Holsworth. 



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A" CLUB 



The "A" Club has done a good job of promoting sportsmanship around the campus and among the 
intramural sports. All of the members of the club have earned their letters in one or more of the intra- 
collegiate sports. 

OFFICERS 

Jack Allsbrook President 

"Buddy" Wai.kkr I 'iee-President 

Sam Everhar i Secretary 

Bobby Tar r Treasurer 



MEMBERS 

Harold Bain, Tom Callahan, Kerry Kicklighter, Billy Beaman, "Sparky" McCaskill, Gene Driver, "Doc" Hardy, Ronald 
White, Joe Leonard!, Clyde Sullivan, Paul McCrary, "Pat" Patterson, Paul Glazer, Harry Helmer, James Horton, David 
Green, Joby Griffin, Jim Whitley. 



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BULLDOG BOOSTER CLUB 

The BULLDOG BOOSTER CLUB was organized for the purpose of furtherance and promotion 
of intercollegiate athletics by means of improving sportsmanship, interest, school and community spirit, 
and by actively assisting the athletic department in its duties. 



OFFICERS 

Harold Bain President 

Carey Barnes 1 "ice-President 

Carol Lou Summerfield Secretary 

Sybil Barrett Treasurer 



MEMBERS 
Henry Wbodard, George Taylor, Rom Llewellyn, Marilyn Hudson, Olivia Philyaw, Nancy Johnston, Jane Gardner, 
Joyce Mallard, "Sparky" McCaskill, and Katherine Lewis and Bill Crutchfield, Faculty advisers. 




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W.A.A. OFFICERS 



The Women's Athletic Association is composed of the girls on campus who are 
interested in promoting wholesome recreation and intramural athletics. This or- 
ganization feels that in order to maintain good health, everyone should participate 
freely in sports. 



Sybil Barrett President 

Olivia Philyaw '. Vice-President 

Mary Lou Lassiter Secretary and Treasurer 

Louise Morris Senior Representative 

Joy Mae Bass Junior Representative 

Margaret Brown Sophomore Representative 

Barbara Jean Mozingo Freshman Representative 




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Bill Crutchfield 
Head Coach 



Robert Reynolds 
Assistant Coach 



ATHLETICS 




Theodore Ingraham 

Assistant Student Coach 



MANAGERS 

Bobby Horne 
Joseph Jovner 



FOOTBALL CAPTAINS 
[ack Cashion Ned Ligon 




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BASEBALL 



When the final our of the 1949 season was made, the score hoard read six wins, ten losses, and five for 
the weather man. Coach Carl Blythe's Bulldogs finished in first division in the nine team North State 
Conference. 

In general the season got oft to a slow start, but the hard-fighting Blythemen came hack in the waning 
days to finish in the top bracket. 

League play saw "Bohunkus" rake a "round trip," only to remain at E.C.T.C. after a close 3 ro 4 
classic. The Blvthcmen recorded triumphs over srrong service teams from Norfolk Navy and Naval 
Air Station. The win that really helped was a sweet 6 ro 5 honey over the local Wilson Tobs of the 
Coastal Plain League. 

The hurling of "Big Gun" J. 1). Thorne, Joby Griffin, and Raymond Suggs was superb, and the nirting 
of Art Garrett- 406, Jack Allsbrook— 306, and Tom Callahan — 301, paid oft" in the clinches. Afield, 
"Sparky" McCaskill, Tom Callahan, and Buck Jones were outstanding. 



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BASKETBALL 



Atlantic Christian Opponent 

54 Newport News 69 

47 Norfolk Navy 71 

49 Wilson Teachers 57 

49 Catawba 52 

51 Appalachian 47 

40 Guilford 57 

56 Newport News 46 

65 Elon 62 

34 Appalachian 60 

41 E.C.T.C 56 

40 Guilford 63 



Atlantic Christian Opponent 

40 Lenoir Rhyne 35 

44 High Point 88 

54 Lenoir Rhyne 52 

47 W.C.T.C 45 

43 ..W.C.T.C 34 

56 Norfolk Navy 60 

63 High Point 75 

51 Catawba 57 

42 Elon 82 

44 E.C.TC 57 




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FOOTBALL 



Coach Bill Crutchfield unwrapped his Christian Bulldog football material lor the first time against a 
strong Catawba aggregation, and went down in defeat under a last quarter avalanche of touchdowns 
39 to 0. That was the picture and the preview of what was to follow in their next eight outings for 
the undaunted Bulldogs during their '49 football campaign. Out-numbered, out-weighted, out-scholar- 
shipped — but not out-fought, for the thousands who saw A.C.C. on the field and oft respected their 
abilities and spirit of fair play. 

The coaching staff in Coaches Bill Crutchfield and Bob Reynolds accomplished an excellent job — and 
gained a conference wide reputation as one of the games better teachers. 

The best featuring attack of the Crutchficldmen were against Norfolk Navy and our old friends from 
E.C.T.C. Either game could have fallen in favor for the Blue and White, but those old Nemeses of too 
little and too late arose to do their work. 

Outstanding and yeomen in the forward wall were Little-All-American Ned Liggon, Joe Leonardi, 
Buddy Walker, and All-Stater Kerry Kicklighter. 

Backficld standouts and leading the attack were "Sparky" McCaskill, Clyde "Smack-over" Sullivan, 
and Harry "Lefty" Helmer. 



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Joe Cos i in 
Intramural Dim tor 



BASKETBALL 



Sigma Alpha "Rebels" 

Pennant Winners 




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TOUCH FOOTBALL 



Phi Kappa Alpha 

Pennant Winners 



Sigma Alpha "Rebels" 
Pennant II i niters 



VOLLEY BALL 




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CHEERLEADERS 




Left to right: Sarah Dillon, Jack Greenwood, Susan Lewis, Jimmy Nichols, Bert Wheeler, Edwin 
Alston, Joyce Harrell, Steve Gliarmis, and Carol Lou Summerfield. 




AT THE GAME 



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MISS JUNE HOLTON 
Sponsored by Phi Delhi Gamma 

QUEEN OF 

HOMECOMING 



MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 




NED L1GGON, Wilson, N. C. 



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1. Loafing. 2. Mildred and "'Honey." 5. "At home." 4. Time was. ... 5. Angels at work. 6. Check this. 
7. Pardon ns! 8. The gang. 9. Campus capers. 10. "It's magic.'' 11. Remember the day. 12. Lady Esther en- 
tertains. 1?. Between classes. 



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JOHN ROBKRT POWERS 



Pine Knot 




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The Pine Knot Queen was presented at the student body Christmas Dance which was held in the 
Wilson Armory on December 16, 1949. Eight campus organizations submitted entries to vie for the 
title of Queen of the Yearbook. The judge, John Robert Powers of New York City, selected the Queen 
and her two attendants. To see that he did an excellent job you need only look on the next page. Raines 
and Cox, photographers for the yearbook, presented an eleven by fourteen portrait of the winning 
picture to the Queen. A bouquet of carnations was presented to the Queen by "Sparky" AlcCaskill, 
President of the Student Body, and a carnation nosegay to each attendant. 



Jjeauty Content - 1950 




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Sponsored by Phi Sigma Tan 

JUNE HOLTON 

Sponsored by 
Phi Delta Gamma 



BETTY SUE DOLES 

Sponsored by Phi Kappa Alpha 



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Sponsored by 
Murray Hall 



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Sigma Tau Chi 


Stage and Script 


Delta Sigma 



THOMAS EDWARD McCASKILL 

Erwin, N. C. 




EVELYN ECONOMOUS 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



LOUISE MORRIS 

Kinston, N. C. 




WHO'S 

Among Students in American 




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WHO 

Universities and Colleges 




WALTON COLEY 

Selma, N. C. 




DARLENE TUCKER 

Sanford, N. C. 



JESSE R. JAMES 

Wilson, N. C. 



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Sybil Barrett 
Ann Brafford 
Julia Dew 
Rachel Horton 



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Mary Lou Lassiter 

Jerry Overman 

Sara Smith 

Darlene Tucker 



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Bettv Sue Doles 



Harold Bain 



Peggy Mason 




Harry Helmer 



Virginia Dickens 
Chairman of May Day- 



Jack Allsbrook 
Carey Barnes 
David Bridgers 
Walton Coley 



Paul Glazer 
Kerry Kicklighter 

Jack Overman 
Walter Patterson 





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Our special thanks go to Carol Lou and Dan; to Raines & Cox 
and Walt and Jean; to Dr. Hartsock and Joe Costin. 

Not to be overlooked arc our advertisers who helped make this 

yearbook a reality. You can show your appreciation to them by 

reading their ads and stopping by to sec them on your next trip 

downtown. 

Darlene and Kerry 



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RAINES & COX 

PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR ANNUAL 



STUDIO 

Carroll Building 

Wilson, North Carolina 




RAINBOW RESTAURANT 

"WILSONS FINEST" 

110 South Goldsboro Street 
WILSON, N. C. 



VANN'S ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

RADIOS FANS MODEL AIRPLANES 



115 W. Nash Street 



Wilson, N. C. 



Compliments of 

WILSON CAROLINA 

THEATRES 

Tlie Student's Friend 



RICE'S MEN SHOP 

Smart Styles for Men 

Quality Tailoring 

118 South Goldsboro Street PHONE 4954 



Compliments of 

NATIONAL BANK 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 













tflS$€TTE'S 




D^UG 


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Wilson 


: Greenville 





MOSS & COMPANY, Inc 

''Treat People Right" 
Wilson, North Carolina 



"The Mens Shop" 

HOWARD ADKINS, 

Quality Men's Wear 
Wilson, N. C. 



INC 



Compliments 



JAS. I. MILLER TOBACCO CO., INC. 



Wilson, North Carolina 



Conic in and See the 

NEW COLLEGE STYLES 

They're Swell ! 

OETTINGER'S 

"The Dependable Store' 



Dial 2124 



Wilson. N. C. 



EM-JAY SPORTING 
GOODS CO. 

106 South Tarboro Street 
Wilson. N. C. 



AMERSON'S 

Sandwiches : Short Order Plates : Drinks : Ice Cream 
Herring Avenue Phone' 2285 


BRIDGERS' PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 

125 South Tarboro Street PHONE 4428 

ARTIST SUPPLIES AND BRUSHES 

Complete 

PAINT WALLPAPER VENETIAN BLIND 

Service 


Compliments of 

COLLEGE 
GROCERY 


Best Wishes! 

BELK-TYLER'S 

Wilson's Shopping Center 


Compliments of 

BRUCE LAMM 

Where Young Men 
Like to Trade 

Wilson, N. C. 


Compliments of 

WM. HINES 
BARBER SHOP 

130 South Goldsboro Street 
Wilson, N. C. 


Compliments of 

DANIEL ROOFING SUPPLIES, Incorporated 

121 South Douglas Street DIAL 2346 







ROBBINS 






JEWELRY CO. 


THE CREAMERY 




112 South Goldsboro Street 
Wilson, N. C. 


Good 
For 




Keepsake and Copley 
Diamonds 


You 




Famous Make Watches 

RECORDS and MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS 


BRANCH 


BANKING & 


TRUST 


COMPANY 


OF NORTH CAROLINA 


WILSON 


Elm City 


Fayetteville 


Goldsboro 


Warsaw 


Fremont 


Wallace 


Selma 


Faison 


KlNSTON 


Trenton 


New Bern 


Plymouth 


PlKEVILLE WlLLIAMSTON 
NEW ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 


Mem ber Federal f)i 


'posit Insurance Corporation 



PARKER'S BARBECUE 

2 Miles South on Highway 301 

Wilson, North Carolina 

MENU 

Fried Chicken Brunswick Stew 
Barbecue Steak 

SPECIAL DINING ROOM FOR PARTIES 

Reservation: 3836-1 Serve Anywhere 

For Any Number 


Compliments of 

P. L. WOODARD 
& CO., INC. 

Farm Supplies 


Flowers 
For All Occasions 

STARR THE FLORIST 

Wilson, N. C. 
DIAL 2108 - 2109 


SWINSON FURNITURE 

CO., INC. 

FURNITURE 

HARDWARE 

106-108 W. Barnes Street 

PHONE 4436 

Rear Moss & Co. 


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jucielBei, 




DRESS SHOPJ 1 


Vhere Smartness Prevails* 

219 East Nash Street 
Wilson, N. C. 



TWEETIE # S SNACK SHOP 

SANDWICHES : DRINKS : ICE CREAM : MAGAZINES 
Silverware Chinaware 

CHURCHWELLS 

INC. 

JEWELERS 

Certified Gemologist 

Registered Jewelers 

American Gem Society 

Watches Jewelry 



Compliments oj 

WILSON INDUSTRIAL BANK 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



R. E. QUINN & CO. 

GIFT SHOP— 1st Floor DECORATOR SHOP— 3rd Floor 



1 

CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1950 

TOWN OF WILSON 

THE HOME OF A. C. COLLEGE 


The College Girl's Shop 

BARSHAY'S 
LADIES' SHOP 

"Apparel That Appeals" 
Wilson, N. C. 


Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY CO. 


MOTHER AND 
DAUGHTER FASHIONS 

Wilson, N. C. 

"The Fashion Center jor 
Thrifty Women" 


Compliments of 

CORBETT MOTOR CO. 

Buick Dealer 

Wilson. North Carolina 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

FRIENDS 



BLAIR'S 



For Better Wear See Blair ■ ROBLEE SHOES 
Wilson s Exclusive Men's anil Boys' Shoe Store 

122 South Tarboro Street 



FOR COMPLETE 

COVERAGE OF SPORTS AND OTHER COLLEGE 

ACTIVITIES READ 

THE WILSON DAILY TIMES 

Wilson's Only Daily Newspaper 

It regularly goes into 9.400 homes in the county out of 12.000 homes. 
Shop With Confidence and Wear With Bride 

LEDER BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORES 

Wilson. North Carolina 



Compliments of 



WILSON HARDWARE COMPANY 




BARNES-HARRELL CO. 



Thomas-Yelverton 
Company 

Better Furniture 

Funeral Directors 

Ambulance Service 

Phone 3121 
Wilson, North Carolina 



Compliments oj 

THE 
CHERRY HOTEL 

Nash Street 
Wilson, North Carolina 



CAROLINA LAUNDRY & CLEANERS, INC. 



Your Patronage is Appreciated 
PHONE 2164 



VA LLY AND ELLIS 

SODA FOUNTAIN : SANDWICHES and MAGAZINES 
Near Post Office Wilson, North Carolina 

LONDON SHOP 

LADIES READY TO WEAR 
Tarboro Street Wilson. North Carolina 



CHINA CLIPPER 

Chinese and American Foods : Cater to Parties and Banquets 
Highway 301 North Telephone 6426 



Compliments of 

WALTER S. HINES 
BARBER SHOP 

Briggs Hotel 
208 East Nash Street 



Compliments 

SOUTHERN 
DAIRIES 

ICE CREAM and 
DAIRY PRODUCTS 

PHONES 2134 - 2135 



DICKS 
ELECTRICAL CO. 

Complete Line oj 

HOME APPLIANCES 

Commercial and Domestic 
Installation and Maintenance 

Hot point. Hoover. Maytag. 
Crosier Appliances 

Wilson. North Carolina 

Day Phone 2579 
Night Phones 4759 - 4763 



ESQUIRE GRILL 

132 North Goldsboro Street 



"Home of Good Coffee" 

Wilson, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

INDEPENDENT ICE 
AND FUEL 
COMPANY 

Wilson, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

BARNES MOTOR 
and PARTS CO. 



W. C. REID & CO. Pianos - Organs - Radios - Records 

"Reiils — when you think of music'' 
PHONE 4779 WILSON. N. C. 



WILSON FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. 

Quality Without Extravagance 
125-127 South Goldsboro Street Wilson. N. C. Telephone 3035 



EASTERN AUTO 
SUPPLY CO. 

Automobile and 
Bicycle Supplies 

123 S. Tarhoro Street 



Eat at 

MURPHY'S 

Delicious Sandwiches 

and 

Cold Drinks 



Compliments 

BRIGGB HDTEL AND CAFETERIA 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



HEMBY'S BEAUTY SALON 



"The basic principle on which our freedom rests is a religious one. It is the 
conviction that every human being is endowed with an individual soul which 
is sacred in the eyes of a Sovereign God. From that thesis stems our concept 
that the State is the servant of the individual, not the individual the servant 
of the State." 



Owned and Operated by 
SIDNEY BLUMENTHAL & COMPANY. INC. 

Manufacturers of Pile Fabrics 
Wilson- Division Wilson, North Carolina 



Compliments oj 

A. C. COLLEGE LAUNDRY STATION 

SPECIAL RATES FOR STUDENTS 
AND FACULTY 



Compliments of The Staff 



FAULKNER NEDN 

Dependable Neon Sign Service 
WILSON. N. C. 



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